Love Where We Live Awards 2013: Tunbridge Wells Borough Council launches celebration

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By kentsussex | Friday, January 25, 2013, 08:53

Tunbridge Wells Borough Council has revealed the Love Where We Live Awards will be back again this year.

The awards celebrate the people who make our borough a great place to live. 

They recognise individuals, groups and organisations who are dedicated to helping others in our community, the environment or accomplishing personal goals. 

The awards are not just about great achievements or overcoming adversity, but also the little things that can go a long way.

There are eight awards categories this year including the Ethical Business Award, Individual Hero Award, Best Group Award, Charity of the Year, Lifetime Achievement Award, Sports Achiever of the Year Award, Safer Community Award, and Young Volunteer of the Year Award. 

The winner of the ninth award, the Love Where We Live Award, will be chosen by a panel of judges as an overall winner from the other eight categories.

Nominations will be accepted from the beginning of March, both online at www.LoveWhereWeLive.co.uk or by post. 

Forms will be available from the Tunbridge Wells Gateway, Town and Country Housing or by printing off a copy from the Love Where We Live website. 

The closing date for nominations will be 1 August 2013. 

Winners will be selected by an independent judging panel and all finalists will be invited to an awards ceremony to be held on Wednesday 2 October in the Assembly Hall Theatre.

More information will follow. In the meantime please have a think about the person, group or organisation who you think deserves to be recognised for their hard work, commitment and contribution to your community.

      

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